Broken Dreams

Album: single release only (2010)
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  • The Jefferson City, Missouri, Rock band Shaman's Harvest recorded this as the theme song of a Scottish professional wrestler named Drew McIntyre. He first started using the song in February 2010, six months after his debut.

    Originally, the song had an intro where the accompanying video playing on the Titantron, a giant screen above the entrance stage, would cover the full screen of the television, showing his name and slow-motion footage of him. Of course, this only applies to people who are watching WWE on TV, and not to the audience at the actual show. This was eventually cut in late 2010. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Guy - New York, NY

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  • Robert from Richmond,vaBest song in the world.
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